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A short presentation on the Minnesota Woodland Advisor program delivered at an Extension legislative briefing at the MN Senate Office Building, St. Paul, September 2004.

A short presentation on the Minnesota Woodland Advisor program delivered at an Extension legislative briefing at the MN Senate Office Building, St. Paul, September 2004.

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    WA leg brief 2004 WA leg brief 2004 Presentation Transcript

    • Regional Delivery of Forestry Programming Eli Sagor Regional Extension Educator [email_address] (612) 624-6948 Extension Legislative Briefing Sept. 1, 2004 Mike Reichenbach Regional Extension Educator [email_address] (218) 726-6470
    • Woodland Advisor
      • A master volunteer program
      • Learning and leadership
        • Forest ecology
        • Forest products
        • Agroforestry
    • Public value
      • Forest products industry: $7 Billion annual contribution
      • Wildlife, water quality, tourism
      • 40% owned by private individuals or families
    • Woodland Advisor
      • 45 hrs of classes
      • Customized
      • Flexible
      • Offered statewide
    • University Resources
      • Natural Resources & Environment Capacity Area
      • College of Natural Resources
      • REEs & LEEs
      • Campus Specialists
      • graduate students
      • others
    • Covering the State
      • 33% of MN is forested
      • Regional delivery: program growth
      • Good coverage of forested areas
      • 50 classes per year have been offered
    • 2001 Local Delivery 2002
    • 2003 Regional Delivery 2004
    • Regional Delivery Resources LEE REE Campus specialist
    • Partner roles
      • Local private woodland councils
      • Minnesota Forestry Association
      • MN Department of Natural Resources
    • Program impacts
      • Landowner connections and active learning
      • Citizen engagement
      • More productive, healthy forest land base